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Off The Wall Quotes


"I like to do projects that are off-the-wall and on top-of-the-wall." - Meital Dohan

"Clinton's pardoning of Marc Rich was off-the-wall." - Morley Safer

"When the Berlin Wall came down the Americans cried, Victory, and walked off the field." - Paul Keating

"When the Berlin Wall came down the Americans cried, 'Victory,' and walked off the field." - Paul Keating

"We're the perfect combination. Colonel's an old carny, and me, I'm off the wall." - Elvis Presley

"Say yes, babe, or I'll spill you off over the Wall next time - got it?" - Robin Mckinley

"You can create the perfect triceps by just pushing yourself off your wall." - Jean-Claude Van Damme

"You can create the perfect triceps by just pushing yourself off your wall." - Jeanclaude Van Damme

"Sometimes, in public life, people ask inappropriate, off-the-wall kinds of questions, don't they?" - Hillary Clinton

"I'm open to anything. I would love to play someone completely off the wall." - Selma Blair

"I'd work for John Waters again, because he's so off the wall." - Tab Hunter

"I've had time off, and it drove me nuts. I was crawling up the wall." - Bob Newhart

"Through the last few decades it [the art object] has been ripped off the wall and twisted through every conceivable permutation, yet back to the wall it insists on going." - Ashley Bickerton

"Winfield goes back to the wall. He hits his head on the wall and it rolls off! It's rolling all the way back to second base! This is a terrible thing for the Padres!" - Jerry Coleman

"When I'm writing, I like to seal everything off and face the wall, not to look outside the window. The only way out is through the sentences." - E L Doctorow

"The guy that made me wanna make movies... and this is off the wall-is a guy named Michael Pal, the British director." - George A Romero

"If one is looking for cultural testosterone and raging off-the-wall competition in the world of communications, Manhattan was - and is - home plate." - Brock Yates

"I wore a blue spandex outfit and a gold belt. It was goofy and off-the-wall, but I love doing things like that." - Alison Lohman

"I would describe my style as off the wall. I like stuff that doesn't match. I just like to stand out." - Kevin Durant

"If I hung one of my paintings next to someone else's, I knew mine would kind of pop off the wall." - Julian Schnabel

"She remembered timidly standing atop the Luthadel city wall, afraid to use her Allomancy to jump off, despite Kelsier's coaxing. Now she could step off a cliff and muse thoughtfully to herself on the way down." - Brandon Sanderson

"I'm never going to be in something as commercially successful as 'Harry Potter' ever again. It's impossible. So that gives me incredible freedom to go off and make the slightly off-the-wall films that I want to make." - Daniel Radcliffe

"I don't like showing the technique. I don't like people who say, "Here, I'm going to act, but first I have to bounce off this wall." If you have to bounce off the wall, do it by yourself. Don't feature the technique. My old drama coach used to say, "Don't just do something, stand there." Gary Cooper wasn't afraid to do nothing." - Clint Eastwood

"The weakest goes to the wall." - William Shakespeare

"That the wall is coming down." - Cassandra Clare

"The wooden wall alone should remain unconquered." - Herodotus

"A wall is the safeguard of simplicity." - Alice Meynell

"A white wall is the fool's paper." - Proverbs

"Hullo... the wall is a looking-glass!" - Gaston Leroux

"Pete and Repeat were sitting on a wall. Pete fell off. Who was left? Repeat." - Bruce Nauman

"The baby bounced gently off the wall of her uterus. She opened her dressing gown and put her hands back on her belly. It moved again, like a dolphin going through the water; that was the way she imagined it." - Roddy Doyle

"The road to the future leads us smack into the wall. We simply ricochet off the alternatives that destiny offers. Our survival is no more than a question of 25, 50 or perhaps 100 years." - Jacques Yves Cousteau

"If you say in the first chapter that there is a rifle hanging on the wall, in the second or third chapter it absolutely must go off. If it's not going to be fired, it shouldn't be hanging there." - Anton Chekhov

"On the wall of his rehabilitation room was a picture of the space shuttle blasting off, autographed by every astronaut now at NASA. On top of the picture it says, "We found nothing is impossible." That should be our motto." - Christopher Reeve

"No Daimon gets out of here alive. (They hit the invisible wall and rebounded off it.) Man. It really makes you feel for the bug on the windshield, does' it? (Acheron)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"No Daimon gets out of here alive. (They hit the invisible wall and rebounded off it.) Man. It really makes you feel for the bug on the windshield, doesn't it? (Acheron)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"There are two kinds of people, those who like to sleep next to the wall, and those who like to sleep next to the people who push them off the bed." - Etgar Keret

"I don't think anyone went the polls and said, 'I am casting my vote to make sure that Wall Street has better chances to make bigger profits off the backs of the American people.'" - Elizabeth Warren

"It turns out that understanding the British public is not rocket science. The British appreciate honesty and they also have a bonkers, off-the-wall sense of humour like me." - Nicole Scherzinger

"Fall of the Berlin wall? Being there was fun. Nations that flaked off of the Soviet Union in southeastern Europe, Central Asia, and the Caucasus? Being there was not so fun." - P J Orourke

"Rincewind gave his fingers a long shocked stare, as one might regard a gun that has been hanging on the wall for decades and has suddenly gone off and perforated the cat." - Terry Pratchett

"...I think finding that room to make pictures that don't jump off the wall as, or detonate as dramatic, either in lighting or in form or in composition or in subject matter, but more ordinary, that's the challenge." - Larry Sultan

"I understand how you could see something in the root of a tree, a crack in the wall, in an eroded stone or pebble. But marble? It comes off in blocks and doesn't evoke any image. It does not inspire." - Pablo Picasso

"Whenever there's heavy-duty emotional work to be done, they call me. As for playing the completely off-the-wall, sexy, gorgeous lady that I am - no, they don't think of me." - Bonnie Bedelia

"My taste in the films I've taken as an actor is similar to what I'd do a director or writer: all quite odd, challenging stuff, slightly off-the-wall." - Daniel Radcliffe

"I went through about six or seven painting methods just to see what I didn't want to do. And then I got off the wall, and went into the environment." - Agnes Denes

"I'd like to do a completely off-the-wall collaboration. I would like one of my songs to be the hook to a rap song. That would be so much fun!" - Taylor Swift

"So I figured in keeping with the record, I'd do something off the wall which is show up for free and wing it... I don't know, I'm just going to play some songs. I think it'll be fun." - Paul Westerberg

"Once you make a studio 700 million dollars or so, or whatever the insane number is, then they finally seem to trust you, no matter how off-the-wall your project is." - Shia Labeouf

"A man or a woman is said to be absorbed when the water has total control of him, and he no control of the water. A swimmer moves around willfully. An absorbed being has no will but the water's going. Any word or act is not really personal, but the way the water has of speaking or doing. As when you hear a voice coming out of a wall, and you know that it's not the wall talking, but someone inside, or perhaps someone outside echoing off the wall. Saints are like that. They've achieved the condition of a wall, or a door." - Rumi

"Perhaps this is why lunatics have a harder time dating, not because they are off the wall but because it is hard to find soemone who is willing to date so many people in one person." - Elif Safak

"Whoa," said Nico as he climbed off the bus. "Is that a climbing wall?" "Yeah," I (Percy) said. "Why is there lava pouring down it?" "Little extra challenge..." - Percy" - Rick Riordan

"My mom worked at [American] Vogue before I was born. She has always been fashion-minded. I grew up with original Yves Saint Laurent sketches on the wall in our house. A lot of that rubbed off on me." - Zachary Cole Smith

"Be prepared to do whatever you have to do. If you get put in a situation where your back is up against the wall let your gun go off." - Curtis Jackson

"I have heard some stuff that might be influenced by my records, but it's usually pretty wacky and off-the-wall, which is kind of annoying, to be frank." - Beck

"Acting is ephemeral. You can't hang it on a wall. You can't throw it off. And you can't bring it out of a closet. It's there one night and it's gone the next, at least with stage acting anyhow." - Charles Durning

"Americans have known about mounting inequality and king-sized Wall Street bonuses for years. But we also had an entire genre of journalism dedicated to brushing the problem off." - Thomas Frank

"Everyone feels some jealousy, some anger, and some hostility. Don't feel guilty. But to allow them to become dominant expressions of your way of life is off the wall." - Frederick Lenz

"I don't know anybody as creative and unique and off the wall as Dia Frampton. She's always asking me, 'Am I too weird?' I just tell her, 'People don't think you're weird, they think you're cool.'" - Blake Shelton

"That Monaco crash was quite a big one - I pulled 33g when I hit the wall, which is a lot. It's a weird sensation - like all my skin and flesh was being pulled off my bones." - Jenson Button

"I have a motto on my bedroom wall: 'Obstacles are what you see when you take your eye off the goal.' Giving up is not my style. I just want to do something that's worthwhile." - Chris Burke

"Those who live by the wall must die by the wall." - Roger Angell

"I don't think all the blame lies with Wall Street. I think a lot of the blame lies with the [George W.] Bush administration. They went back to trickle-down economics. They took their eye off the mortgage market, they took their eye off the finance markets, and we ended up in a big mess." - Hillary Clinton

"The robin flew from his swinging spray of ivy on to the top of the wall and he opened his beak and sang a loud, lovely trill, merely to show off. Nothing in the world is quite as adorably lovely as a robin when he shows off - and they are nearly always doing it." - Frances Hodgson Burnett

"Neil Young and Barry Friedman had stolen a Buffalo Springfield sign off the steamroller for Barrys house. They put it up. We all looked at it on the wall and a light went off. That's how we came up with the name" - Stephen Stills

"Every person I talk to has a story about how their smoke alarm went off or woke them up with a battery beeping. So you take it off the wall and you take the battery out and say screw this. They hate the products." - Tony Fadell

"Every person I talk to has a story about how their smoke alarm went off or woke them up with a battery beeping. So you take it off the wall and you take the battery out and say 'screw this.' They hate the products." - Tony Fadell

"My girlfriend has the greatest story as to why she isn't religious anymore. When she was a kid, like 12 years old, her parents nailed a 25 pound crucifix to the wall right above her bed. About two weeks later, in the middle of the night, the crucifix falls off the wall and leaves a two inch gash in the back of her dad's head." - Anthony Jeselnik

"Being honest with you, it's not the 'great' wall of China. It's an all right wall. It's the 'All Right Wall of China.'" - Karl Pilkington

"Wall Street. - The abode of the Brokers and the Broke." - Carolyn Wells

"Religion, mysticism and magic all spring from the same basic 'feeling' about the universe: a sudden feeling of meaning, which human beings sometimes 'pick up' accidentally, as your radio might pick up some unknown station. Poets feel that we are cut off from meaning by a thick, lead wall, and that sometimes for no reason we can understand the wall seems to vanish and we are suddenly overwhelmed with a sense of the infinite interestingness of things." - Colin Wilson

"The Berlin Wall is the defining achievement of socialism." - George Will

"He picked the postage stamp over the wall with aplomb." - Tim Flowers

"The wind always brings us back to the same wall" - Joanne Harris

"The-Shadow-of-the-Wall-Primitive Instincts Still Alive" - Frank Lloyd Wright

"Wit is the only wall between us and the dark." - Mark Van Doren

"The wall around the window does not create two worlds." - Henri Matisse

"The handwriting on the wall may be a forgery." - Ralph Hodgson

"Hillary Clinton wanted the wall on the border. Hillary Clinton fought for the wall in 2006 or thereabouts. Now, she never gets anything done, so naturally the wall wasn't built. But Hillary Clinton wanted the wall." - Donald Trump

"When you run in fear, it's square into the wall." - Byron Katie

"All in all you're just another brick in the wall" - Roger Waters

"I function better when my back is to the wall." - Bernard Hopkins

"The Wall will stand for a hundred years." - Erich Honecker

"I rot on the wall, my own Dorian Gray." - Anne Sexton

"Every man has seen the wall that limits his mind." - Alfred De Vigny

"Nobody has the intention of building a wall" - Walter Ulbricht

"Love is just a hole in the wall." - Rod Stewart

"A white wall is the paper of a foole." - George Herbert

"The wall that protects you, also imprisons you." - Susan Jeffers

"History repeats itself all the time on Wall Street." - Edwin Lefevre

"I rot on the wall, my own Dorian Gray." - Anne Sexton

"Today's draw is another little brick in the wall." - Phil Brown

""What's the latest dope on Wall Street?" "My son!"" - Henny Youngman

"I was in Germany when the wall came down." - Joe Cocker

"I have watched Occupy Wall Street mostly from the sidelines." - Jami Attenberg

"The history of Wall Street is inseparable from New York." - Ron Chernow

"When my back's to the wall, I want to fight." - John Caudwell

"Wall Street excesses helped lead to the Great Recession." - Chuck Schumer

"America has tossed its cap over the wall of space." - John F Kennedy

"Ultimately, we have to have the wall on the border. If we don't have the wall, we are doing nothing." - Donald Trump

"If you beat your head against the wall, it is your head that breaks and not the wall." - Antonio Gramsci

"It all began with a shoe on the wall. A shoe on the wall shouldn't be there at all." - Dr. Seuss

"Wall-to-wall masterpieces, after all, ought to be preferred to wall-to-wall decorative arts, even if the decorative arts are of the highest quality peppered and salted with dukes and tiaras." - Joseph Alsop

"Grant that I have enough suffering that my heart really opens to the great compassion of this world, that I be given enough so that I don't wall myself off from the world, that it breaks down the heart and the separation and the ego and the fear, and it lets me touch the nectar, the milk of kindness itself, of something greater." - Jack Kornfield

"The more we retreat from the culture at large the more room we will have to carve out lives of meaning, the more we will be able to wall off the flood of illusions disseminated by mass culture and the more we will retain sanity in an insane world." - Chris Hedges

"Let's stop for a second and remember where we were eight years ago [in 2008]. We had the worst financial crisis, the Great Recession, the worst since the 1930s. That was in large part because of tax policies that slashed taxes on the wealthy, failed to invest in the middle class, took their eyes off of Wall Street, and created a perfect storm." - Hillary Clinton

"It seemed queer, in the barber's shop, to see the Anarchist notice still on the wall, explaining that tips were prohibited. The Revolution has struck off our chains, the notice said. I felt like telling the barbers that their chains would soon be back again if they didn't look out." - George Orwell

"Rugby backs can be identified because they generally have clean jerseys and identifiable partings in their hair... come the revolution the backs will be the first to be lined up against the wall and shot for living parasitically off the work of others." - Peter FitzSimons

"Cities originally surrounded by a wall can produce an urban population cut off from the surrounding fields and from agriculture altogether. At the same time, the greenbelt laws eliminate the possibility of the unchecked expansion of a city into a monstrous megalopolis. If there is a need for additional homes, a new city must be established." - Yehuda Levi

"The guys on 'Game of Thrones' trust me implicitly to take care of the action stuff. I don't mess with their drama, but they allow me to come up with ideas like 'Hey, what if the giant had a bow? And what if he shot some guy off the wall?' With 'Constantine,' too, they really trust me to scare the audience." - Neil Marshall

"At town meetings, you can see the shy folks, the ones who have trouble sounding off in public, leaning against the back wall or bending over their knitting. On talk radio, those people are invisible, but they're there. It's a mistake to think that the blowhards who call in speak for the nation." - Donella Meadows

"Shirley's gonna be pissed," Gazarra said. "She hates when I get shot." To my recollection, the only other time Gazarra was shot was when he was playing quick draw in the police station elevator and his gun accidentally discharged. The bullet ricocheted off the elevator wall and lodged in Gazarra's right buttock." - Janet Evanovich

"During the course of the day, I write things down, things I don't do anything with. Then, when I get ready to start recording, I just look through my books and I see if I can find something that stands out. That's how I come up with the off-the-wall-kinda-strange-indirect-stuff." - Bootsy Collins

"I'd turn off the internet for a month and make us actually talk to each other, and be responsible for your opinions and not be able to hide behind the anonymity of the cyber-wall to speak your mind. To actually have to face people and see their reactions and discuss it - actually discuss it. It won't happen. Unless the grid goes down." - John Larroquette

"The Affordable Care Act has clearly, as Secretary Clinton made the point, done a lot of good things, but, what it has not done is dealt with the fact we have 29 million people today who have zero health insurance, we have even more who are underinsured with large deductibles and copayments and prescription drug prices are off the wall." - Bernie Sanders

"I can definitely tell you what viewers can expect from Season 2 [of 'Zoo']. It picks up right where Season 1 left off - the gang facing this wall of animals charging at a car. And so, it'll be satisfying in that way. The cliffhanger in Season 1 just kind of went to black screen. It picks up right where that left off. And from there on, the stakes just continue to rise in the season, and I think it's really adrenaline-filled." - James Wolk

"You never want an Australian with his back against the wall. You put any 12 blokes together and you'll get a job done. Whether it's getting a bogged four-wheel-drive off the beach or standing in front of a cricket wicket and making sure we're in a dominant position. It's the same dog, different leg action, so to speak." - Matthew Hayden

"I think we are making progress, but we have long way to go. People also have got to understand the agenda that we are fighting for. This is a senator who has taken on every powerful special interest, whether it's Wall Street, whether it's drug companies who are ripping off the American people, the military industrial complex." - Bernie Sanders

"I think "God" is an off-putting word. I don't think there's a name for this. I think it's a presence that is best for us, but unfortunately, it can't intervene if we don't ask it, and religion has us talking to the wall because the god that religion is selling isn't the reality." - Sinead O'Connor

"Baseball is a lot like the ivy-covered wall of Wrigley Field-it gives off a great appearance, but when you run into it, you discover the bricks underneath. At times, it seems that we're dealing with a group of men who aren't much different than others we've all run into over the years, except they wear neckties instead of robes and hoods." - Hank Aaron

"At an incredibly divisive point in pop history, Donna Summer managed to create an undeniable across-the-board experience of mass pleasure - after 'Bad Girls,' nobody ever tried claiming disco sucked again. It set the template for what Michael Jackson would do a few months later with 'Off The Wall.'" - Rob Sheffield

"When I was 14, I used to have a calendar on my wall, crossing the days off until I was 15, because the school leaving age was 15. Then three months before I turned 15 they changed the leaving age to 16." - Mark E Smith

"Wall Street is being investigated, but they are not asleep while it's being done. You see where the Senate took that tax off the sales of stocks, didn't you? Saved 'em $48,000,000. Now, why don't somebody investigate the Senate and see who got to them to get that tax removed? That would be a real investigation." - Will Rogers

"It was like a classic thing with Emma. So I walked in and I slammed the door and everything fell off the wall on the set. It was my second or third scene and I was so embarrassed and scared and so nervous about what everyone would say, but everyone just packed up laughing." - Dannii Minogue

"My name is Jordan Belfort. I was raised in a tiny apartment in Queens. At the tender age of 22 I headed to Wall Street. Within months I started my own firm out of an abandoned auto body shop. The year I turned 26, I made 49 million dollars which really pissed me off because it was three shy of a million a week." - Jordan Belfort

"Anyway, he's [Simon] obviously not here. Go back to what you were doing. What's the point in wasting a perfectly good brick wall when you have someone to throw against it, that's what I always say." And she [Isabelle] stalked off, back toward the bar. - City of Fallen Angels pg 188 hardcover" - Cassandra Clare

"Words are but symbols for the relations of things to one another and to us; nowhere do they touch upon absolute truth.... Through words and concepts we shall never reach beyond the wall off relations, to some sort of fabulous primal ground of things." - Friedrich Nietzsche

"There's a thrill when you steal something in plain view of other people. When you drop a newspaper over a sign and walk away with it, or take something off a wall and the sound of the glue ripping makes people turn around. Your heart is racing, it's a rush." - George Carlin

"I think the experience of depression that I most think remains true throughout the years is it's very isolating. That to me is its strongest quality. That you're alone in a room, that you're cut off, you're just sort of stuck with it. It puts up a wall." - Daphne Merkin

"We used a racquetball and threw it off the wall as hard as we could, then tracked it down with our eyes and feet. Nike has new balls that bounce all sorts of different directions and really help you learn to track the ball and move your feet to react quickly." - Antonio Cromartie

"You could pay a fair market price for a barrel of oil and cut 50 cents a barrel or a dollar barrel off what you're going to pay Mexico and use that money and put it towards to the building a wall. If they don't like it, too bad we're go buy the oil." - Eric Bolling

"I love the Wendy Syred boutique in Taunton. She has fantastic off-the-wall stuff, such as Vivienne Westwood. And I always have huge success in Omah Shoes, which is also in Taunton. I've got such small feet - three and a half - but I always find my size there." - Kate Omara

"Most regular superhero books are designed to go on forever; of course, very few of them do, but the point is they are trying to throw mud against the wall and hope it will stick, and most of it slides off." - Garth Ennis

"The hallmark of creative people is their mental flexibility... Sometimes they are open and probing, at others they're playful and off-the-wall. At still other times, they're critical and faultfinding. And finally they're doggedly persistent in striving to reach their goals." - Roger Von Oech

"There's definitely a luxury to the fluidity of not being a mega-star. I've done a ton of really, really odd, off-the-wall movies. There's this movie I did called 'Queens of Country' a couple of summers ago that is so bananas, and if I was at a certain level, I probably would not have done that movie." - Lizzy Caplan

"I believe your success is based off what your goals are. Are you trying to feed your family or have plaques on the wall and be broke? In that case, I think the game is in a better place. We have all heard of famous artists who are broke. Then we know of artists who may have had only a song or two on radio, but have a million or two dollars off that quick come up." - Yo Gotti

"... That would be like stepping in front of a moving train and saying, 'Hey, honey, come stand next to me.'" I hopped off the wall and stood next to him. "Anytime." He just looked at me. "I've never killed a train before. It might be fun to try." - Ilona Andrews

"It is not rude to turn off your telephone by switching it on to an answering machine, which is cheaper and less disruptive than ripping it out of the wall. Those who are offended because they cannot always get through when they seek, at their own convenience, to barge in on people are suffering from a rude expectation." - Judith Martin

"For my birthday this year, my girlfriends - who knew I'd just inherited my dad's turntable - gave me a carton of albums like 'Blue Kentucky Girl,' by Emmylou Harris, and 'Off the Wall,' by Michael Jackson. It's all stuff we grew up with. I mean, you can't have a music collection without Prince's 'Purple ain' - it just can't be done!" - Connie Britton

"I've laid out my economic plans. I want to grow the economy. That's why I have plans for jobs and raising incomes. I do want to go after bad actors on and off Wall Street, because I think companies that take money from federal, state, and local governments and then pick up and move should have to pay that back." - Hillary Clinton

"I don't know if you heard the news, but Wall Street now is a farmer's market. I don't want to say things are going downhill quickly, but Obama's new campaign slogan is 'Are you better off than you were four days ago?'" - Bill Maher

"I didn't work for a year after Wall Street. I finished that in November, and then it was the following October that I did Drive, so I took a year off. I didn't do anything at all, really. I just hung around." - Carey Mulligan

"Bad acting comes in many bags, various odors. It can be performed by cardboard refugees from an Ed Wood movie, reciting their dialogue off an eye chart, or by hopped-up pros looking to punch a hole through the fourth wall from pure ballistic force of personality, like Joe Pesci in a bad mood. I can respect bad acting that owns its own style." - James Wolcott

"For my birthday this year, my girlfriends - who knew I'd just inherited my dad's turntable - gave me a carton of albums like 'Blue Kentucky Girl,' by Emmylou Harris, and 'Off the Wall,' by Michael Jackson. It's all stuff we grew up with. I mean, you can't have a music collection without Prince's 'Purple Rain' - it just can't be done!" - Connie Britton

"My little son is already like me - my mom has always said I used to bounce off the wall and never stop talking or sit still. I'm starting to see that with him. I guess it's living proof he's part of me." - Michael Phelps

"I like when people do cool stuff that might be a little off-the-wall to anybody else, but they found a way to make it work for that day. I wouldn't recommend that people wear it every day like that, but if you every once in a while just spice it up, I like that. I dare to be different." - Iman Shumpert

"When Christian pushes into the brick wall of the building catty-corner to the rear of BB&B-first left on the Dark Zone side-and disappears, I melt down in a fit of the giggles. I toss a rock at the spot where he vanished. It bounces off the brick and clatters to the cobblestone. I'm feeling twenty shades of Harry Potter's train station, especially when he pokes his head out of the wall and says impatiently, "Come on, lass. This is hardly my favorite place to be." - Karen Marie Moning

"So Mo began filling the silence with words. He lured them out of the pages as if they had only been waiting for his voice, words long and short, words sharp and soft, cooing, purring words. They danced through the room, painting stained glass pictures, tickling the skin. Even when Meggie nodded off she could still hear them, although Mo had closed the book long ago. Words that explained the world to her, its dark side and its light side, words that built a wall to keep out bad dreams. And not a single bad dream came over that wall for the rest of the night." - Cornelia Funke

"My grandmother lived the latter years of her life in the horrible suspicion that electricity was dripping invisibly all over the house. It leaked, she contended, out of empty sockets if the wall switch had been left on. She would go around screwing in bulbs, and if they lighted up, she would fearfully turn off the wall switch and go back to her Pearson's or Everybody's, happy in the satisfaction that she had stopped not only a costly but dangerous leakage. nothing could ever clear this up for her." - James Thurber

"People can criticise me all day long. It just washes off me. You might as well be talking to a wall." - Noel Clarke



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